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Guard Laken Tomlinson
Last, but certainly not least on this list is San Francisco guard Laken Tomlinson. The Seahawks could move Tomlinson to center, with his experience as an interior lineman. He is incredibly durable, as he has not missed a start in his last four seasons with the Niners. Also, he plays in a similar rushing offense which could make him a fit for the Seahawks.
With Rashaad Penny starting to come into his own the last five games of the season, Tomlinson could be an intriguing free agent to be one of his blockers. He has been valuable to the 49ers success in the running game with Deebo Samuel and Elijah Mitchell. Tomlinson also has a better PFF grade than all the Seahawks starting offensive linemen posting a 76.0 this past season.
He could be a big possible acquisition to fix the interior of the Seahawks offensive line if some of these other options on this list do not pan out. The question is whether Seattle would want to sign him given that they already have two capable guards in Gabe Jackson and Damien Lewis. However, if they do decide to sign him or other offensive linemen on this list, the Seahawks need to buy in bulk.